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Professor V. NAËCK - Head Curriculum Implementation, Textbook Development and Evaluation The english panel Mauritius Institute of Education - Panel Coordinator, Associate Professor Dr (Mrs) Aruna Ankiah-GANGADEEN - Panel Coordinator, Lecturer Mrs Hélina Hookoomsing Dookhee ROMAN CATHOLIC EDUCATION AUTHORITY Mrs Stephanette Ducasse - Primary Educator Ms Melanie ANNEA - Primary Educator Acknowledgements Vetting Team Ministry of Education and Human Resources, Tertiary Education and Scientific Research Ms T. NATHOO - School Inspector Mrs J. Couronne - School Inspector Mrs T. Nathoo, Primary - School Inspector Mrs A. Chundunsingh - Deputy Headmistress Mr A. Seewoosungkur - Deputy Headmaster We also thank Mrs R. R. Baichoo, Senior Lecturer for her views and suggestions. Illustration and layout Graphic Designer Mr Leveen Nowbotsing Mr Isstiac Gooljar ISBN: 978-99949-37-97-4 © Mauritius Institute of Education (2017)ii
ForewordThe philosophy of the Curriculum panel of the MIE is to present learners with newlearning experiences in keeping with their time and needs. This prompts us to regularlyreview textbooks so that pupils constantly embrace new learning experiences and teachersadopt updated instructional strategies. It is our endeavour to work in collaborationwith various stakeholders, namely Inspectors, Headmasters, Deputy Headmasters andeducators, to produce quality materials that make learning pleasurable and effective.The new series of Grade 2 textbooks is underpinned by the principles of the NationalCurriculum Framework (primary) and seeks to assist educators in achieving the learningoutcomes stipulated therein. The textbooks have been conceived with a view to engagingpupils in age-appropriate activities that capture their interest and motivate them tolearn. They have been carefully planned to teach concepts and skills that are relevantto this level. The content is graded so that pupils are gradually led to more complexconcepts. Prior knowledge and personal experiences are tapped upon so that learning isrelated to their reality and experiences; colourful illustrations facilitate understanding; avariety of activities enable practice; and end-of-unit exercises cater for the assessment oflearning. Further, a cross-curricular approach has been adopted to promote the holisticdevelopment of the pupils. As such, values, citizenship education, and skills that are notsubject specific, are also taught in the course of the lessons. It is hoped that Grade 2educators and pupils fully exploit the textbooks for optimal learning.The first edition of the textbooks is proposed for 2015. We expect to get feedback fromthe field and constructive comments that would help us bring further improvement for2016 onwards. We are thankful to all those who participated in this endeavour especiallythe Inspectors of the Primary sector. Special thanks go to Professor Vassen Naëck, andthe whole team of writers and graphic designers who have worked very hard to make thispublication possible. We would also wish to extend our thanks to cadres of the Ministryof Education and Human Resources for their valuable support and guidance.Dr O. Nath VarmaDirector, MIE iii
Preface The Grade 2 English textbook aims at providing pupils with adequate opportunities to be exposed to the target language and actively engaged in its use. In line with the NCF, the textbook is structured in a way that allows the gradual development of the four language skills, namely listening, speaking, reading and writing. Through activity-based learning, pupils learn and practice the language in a contextualised, meaningful and enjoyable manner. Further, the cross-curricular approach adopted enables links to be made with other areas of the curriculum, and introduce notions that will be taught formally during the later years of schooling. The textbook constitutes 10 units, each driven by a theme that is related to the learners' lives or interests. The units consist of the following sub-sections: A reading comprehension passage that is preceded by an oral activity to set the scene and introduce the main theme and vocabulary. The text is followed by short exercises to evaluate pupils' understanding; A series of vocabulary activities based on the theme and which enable pupils to build a repertoire of words; A writing activity where pupils produce different types of very short texts with the support of a writing frame or model; A project that allows pupils to develop their psycho-motor skills and creativity while reinforcing concepts learnt; Phonics activities to develop the pupils' phonemic awareness and steadily lead them to read and write with confidence; Grammar activities that empower pupils with essential notions for accurate language production; ICT activities that simultaneously cater for the development of basic ICT skills and support language learning; A story corner which provides pupils with the opportunity to listen to stories from children's literature. These have been adapted for our young Mauritian learners to facilitate understanding in order to trigger pleasure and appreciation; An end-of-unit section that can be used to evaluate learning. Each unit covers approximately two weeks and culminates in a literacy session. This involves the reading of a big book, either fiction or semi-fiction, and carrying out literacy activities. While the focus is mostly on literacy, concepts from other areas such as History, Geography, and Values and Citizenship Education are also introduced. We hope that pupils enjoy working through this textbook and participate fully in all activities. The writing team.iv
To the teacherMuch effort has gone into grading the content of the Grade 2 English textbook and toinclude as much visual support as possible to facilitate learning. Moreover, the provisionof additional resources and activities (such as the ICT activities, project work, shortstories, songs, poems/rhymes and big books) aim at extending language learning whilecreating links with other domains of the curriculum. Nevertheless, the successfulimplementation of the textbook depends largely on the teachers who will have tosupplement it with explanations, resources and further activities as per their pupils'level and needs.Teacher's notes have been inserted to guide the teachers wherever they were deemedto be useful. These should however not be considered as being prescriptive. Rather,teachers have the leeway to adapt the textbook to suit the level of the learners. Beloware some general guidelines that will support teachers:Pre-reading phaseThis is an oral session where pupils listen to a poem/song or engage in an oralactivity. Encourage participation, be it in English or the mother-tongue. However,adequate support must be provided to gradually lead pupils to express themselves inEnglish, using basic words and simple sentences. Use this session to introduce some keyvocabulary that will facilitate understanding of the text that follows.While reading phaseRead the text aloud a first time to familiarise the pupils with the theme and content.Read it again and encourage pupils to repeat while they follow the text with their finger.The use of strategies like demonstration, enacting and varying the tone will help to retainpupils' interest and promote understanding of the text.Post reading activitiesCarry out the activities orally first and then help pupils work out the written exercises.Use resources such as word and picture cards whenever possible, especially forvocabulary acquisition. Given that the vocabulary varies in the different units, create aword wall in the classroom for each theme, so that pupils are exposed to new words in asustained manner. Draw their attention to these words regularly for consolidation. Derivea list of sight words from the text and help pupils to learn these.PhonicsFrequent exposure and practice are necessary to develop phonemic awareness. Just as forvocabulary acquisition, phonics has to be taught in a sustained manner and it is necessaryto go beyond the textbook and draw the pupils' attention to the sounds as well as makethem blend and segment words whenever possible. Practice can be made appealing and funby making pupils create nonsense words. v
Grammar Move from oral practice to written work. Though an introduction to the grammar point has been included, it may be necessary to extend it depending on the level of the pupils. Use anecdotes and examples related to the pupils to make grammar learning meaningful to them. Take the pupils outdoors whenever possible so that they can indulge in the games or songs that involve movement. While it is necessary to top up with some explanation, it is important to remember that the emphasis is on usage and not on the memorisation of rules. Bearing in mind that it is not possible to tailor textbooks to particular pupils or classrooms, the textbook has been structured in a way that allows it to be used in a flexible manner. Units 1 and 2 serve to consolidate concepts and language acquired in Grade 1. Units 3 to 8 teach language and concepts to be acquired in Grade 2. These are consolidated in Units 9 and 10. Teachers can thus adapt this resource and the pace at which they progress through it as per the requirements of their pupils. It is hoped that teachers exploit all the sections and activities which have been carefully thought out in view of enhancing the teaching and learning of English.vi
TABLE OF CONTENTS (Part 1)Page 1-28 29-52 53-76 77-100 101-125Unit 1.BackReading to School 2. Weather 3. Celebrations 4. Animals 5.Being kind to one another Back to School Different Seasons Celebrating the Visiting the Zoo Always be Kind New Year • Types of weather • Celebrations • Feelings • Seasons • Months of • Days of the • Stationery the year • Habitat • Politeness • Parts of week • KindnessVocabulary • Clothing • Family • Food • Games the body items • members • Texture • Prepositions • Opposites • Yesterday/ • Rooms of Today/ Best Friend Tomorrow the house Award certificateGrammar • Capital • Am/Is/Are • Gender • Possessive Kindness paper Letters • And • Possessive Adjectives chain • Full Stop Weather Adjectives • Present The Good Girl A/An Forecast • Present Continuous Tense • Citizenship • Personal Weather clock Continuous & Values Pronouns Tense • Prepositions Education The Ant • Singular and and the • Maths Grasshopper Plural forms • The ArtsWriting Information • Science Drawing Poster: TheProject card • The Arts my bedroom great circus • Values Puppet Birthday card Little book /m/ of texturesStory Magic Cartons /s/ Rudolph the // Red-Nosed Jungle BookCross- • The Arts Reindeer • Sciencecurricular • Science • Citizenship • HPE & Values • The Arts Education • The ArtsPhonics • Revision of /l/ /d/ // sounds /p/ /ð/ /I/ /e/ // /aI/ /f/ICT • Capital/ • Vocabulary: • Vocabulary: • Vocabulary: • Vocabulary:activities • Small Weather Parts of Animal Kindness, the house soundsBig Book letters • Am/Is/Are • Friendship A/An • Phonics • Possessive • Plural form • Opposites • Phonics Adjectives • Phonics • Phonics • Phonics Lunch Time, Fun The Little Our Festivals Jungle Animals The People of Mauritius Time Red Hen vii
Learning Objectives for Grade 2 English • Listen to, identify, and produce a variety of sounds • Listen with understanding and pleasure to short and simple texts • Willingly engage in oral activities • Begin read with understanding and respond to a variety of simple texts • Acquire and use vocabulary related to specific themes • Begin to produce simple texts with support • Demonstrate understanding of and use grammatical concepts correctly • Engage in creative tasks to reinforce language learning • Develop cross-curricular competenciesviii
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Unit 1 : Back to school Hello Lizy. It’s good to be back at school. Hello Kitty. Yes, it is. It’s good to be with our friends again. Activity 1 – Let's sing We welcome you back to school We welcome you to school today, School today, school today We welcome you to school today, Please come in and play. We’re glad to have you here today Here today, here today, We’re glad to have you here today, Yes, it’s a special day! (Source: http://www.preschooleducation.com) What do you like to do at school?2
Activity 2 – I listen and read. Unit 1 : Back to school Reading comprehension Back to School The holidays are over. Renu and Alia go back to school. They are in Grade 2. They go to their new classroom. Miss Shalini is their class teacher.“Hello children. I am glad to see you,” she says.The pupils are happy. They have new pencils and erasers. They want to writein their English textbook.Activity 2a- I say ‘yes’ or ‘no’.1. Renu and Alia go to school.2. They are in Grade 2.3. Alia is the teacher.4. The teacher is happy to see them.5. The children do not want to write. 3
Unit 1 : Back to school How do you feel to be back at school? Discuss with your friends. Vocabulary Activity 3 – I talk about my feelings. The children are happy to be back at school. Miss Shalini is glad to see them again. Activity 3a - I match the faces with the correct words. I write the words by tracing over the dots. happy afraid angry sad4
Unit 1 : Back to schoolLet’s say how we feel in different situations!Activity 3b - I observe the pictures. I complete thesentences with one of the following words.happy afraid angry sad1. It is my birthday. 2. My favourite toy is broken. I am ___________. I am _________.3. I hear thunder: 'Boom!' 4. The boys tease me. I am __________. I am __________. 5
Unit 1 : Back to school Activity 4 – I name the objects I use at school. The holidays are over. Alia and her mother are at the supermarket to buy stationery. Do you remember the objects that we use at school? Can you name them? Help Alia choose the correct items. Activity 4a - I look at the pictures on the next page. I cut and paste the correct pictures in the trolley.6
Unit 1 : Back to school Choose the items, cut the pictures and paste them in the shopping trolley.book toothbrush rulerpen plate pencileraser comb sharpener 7
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Unit 1 : Back to school Look at the pictures of objects that you can see in your classroom. Find the words from the grid and write them below.Activity 4b - I complete the word search. I write the words in the list.desk chair pencil penci l b r dbhol obook ruler bag u e ba g a o l s j i bpk ekbr hal r u mk i e g1. desk2.3.4.5.6. 9
Unit 1 : Back to school Activity 5 – I name parts of the body. It is time for the Arts class. Miss Shalini tells the children that they will make a puppet. Everybody is very excited. They cut the different parts of the puppet's body. They put the pieces together to create the puppet. Look at the puppet! Point to the different parts of the puppet’s body and name them. Activity 5a - I sing a song. Head, shoulders, knees and toes. Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes. Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes. And eyes, and ears, and mouth, And nose. Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes.10
Unit 1 : Back to school What do we do with the different parts of our body?Activity 5b - I complete the sentences by tracing the correct word.With my eyes hear. I see.With my nose smell. I touch.With my ears smell. I hear.With my mouth eat.With my hands I see. hear. I touch.With my feet walk. I smell. 11
Unit 1 : Back to schoolActivity 6 – I make my puppet. PROJECT 1. Identify each part of the puppet's body. head body You need: - scisssors - split pins2. Cut out the different parts. 3. Assemble them. 4. Pin the parts together to make your puppet.12
arm Unit 1 : Back to schoolarm Cut the different parts and make your puppet. head body leg leg 13
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Unit 1 : Back to schoolActivity 7 – I identify capital letters.Hello friends! Can you help me to solve this riddle?Word Riddle Who am I?1. I am the first letter in a sentence. Clue: The bird is singing.2. I am the first letter in a person's name. Clue: Thierry, Siany, Elodie, Herland, Dariot3. I am also the first letter in the names of countries, places, mountains and rivers. Clue: Mauritius, England, Vacoas, Everest4. The days of the week start with me. Clue: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday5. Finally, even the months of the year start with me. Clue: December, June, October, MayWell done! The right answer is capitalletters. Let’s name them together! 15
Unit 1 : Back to school Activity 7a - I name the capital letters. Activity 7b - I trace the capital letters.16
Unit 1 : Back to school Lizy, do you remember the rule for writing a sentence? Yes, I do! We always start a sentence with a capital letter and end with a full stop. T he boy is eating an ice-cream .Activity 8 – I rewrite the sentences on the line below.I add a capital letter and a full stop. Example: ahmoy has a dog Ahmoy has a dog. 1. it is called Bubble ___________________________________ 2. bubble is one year old ___________________________________ 3. ahmoy and bubble are best friends ___________________________________ 17
Unit 1 : Back to schoolActivity 9 – I make an information card. Writing Hello friends! Here is my information card. Make your card with the help of your teacher.Activity 9a - I read Alia’s card. Name: Alia Roma Class: Grade 2 School: Happy Kids Primary School Subjects: English, French, Maths, Arts, HPEActivity 9b - I complete my card. Name: _____________________ Class: _____________________ School: __________________________________________ Subjects: __________________________________________18
Unit 1 : Back to school Phonics. Activity 10 – I identify sounds.Activity 10a - I listen to the words and identify the sound at thebeginning of each word.four table goat binapple nose mug zeroleg pan cake jam 19
Unit 1 : Back to school Activity 10b - I observe the pictures and read. 12 Brian kicks the ball. It hits the bottle. 3 4 The teacher takes the ball. It shows an alligator, an She gives Brian a book. avocado and an astronaut. 56 But Brian likes toys. He puts the book on the table.20
Unit 1 : Back to schoolActivity 10c - I listen to the sound at the beginning of each word.I write the words in the correct column.tap apple bellbag avocado two/b/ / / /t/Activity 10d - I play “I spy with my little eye”. I spy with my little eye something beginning with /p/. Pen Pencil 21
Unit 1 : Back to schoolGrammarActivity 11 – I learn: “a” or “an”.Kitty and Lizy have toy binoculars. Kitty looks outside. I can see ... a boy a girl a flower a carLizy looks in the kitchen. I can see ... an apple an eggWe observe: usually when a word an ice-cream an umbrellabegins with a, e, i, o, u, we use “an”. an onionWe say: an apple, an egg.But we say: a boy, a girl. Can you find other words that take “an”?22
Unit 1 : Back to schoolActivity 11a - I write “a” or “an” in the blanks.___ pen ___ book___ airplane ___ orange___ ruler ___ ice-cream___ elephantActivity 11b - I look at Bob’s exercise book.I tick the correct answers and cross the wrong ones. 1. The cat sees a mouse. 2. I have an crayon. 3. Anna sits in an armchair. 4. You eat an banana. 5. The dog is a animal. 23
Unit 1 : Back to schoolActivity 12 – I learn: Personal Pronouns. I am Brian. We are friends.You are Alia. Who are they? She is Tina. He is Nikhil. Activity 12a - I play a Chain Game. Let's play the Chain Game like Brian and Alia.24
Unit 1 : Back to schoolBrian and Alia are playing. Alia finds a blue boat under the bed.“Oh! She is beautiful!” exclaims Alia.“Hihihi... you are wrong. We don’t say 'he' or 'she' for an object,”Brian laughs. We use “it” for an object or an animal. E.g. My boat is blue. It is blue. That’s easy. The bear is brown. It is brown.Activity 12b - I choose the correct word from the brackets andcomplete the sentences.1. Miss Shalini is our teacher. ______ is kind. ( He, She )2. My name is Mita. _______ am a girl. ( You, I )3. Julie and I are friends. _______ are playing. ( We, They )4. Look at the kite. _______ is flying higher. ( He , It )1. This is my pen. ________ is new. ( It, She )2. Rishabh is a boy. ________ likes football. ( She, He )3. The teacher talks to the children. She tells them: “________ must be good.” ( You, He )4. Pascal and Ashish are in Grade 2. _________ are in my class.( They, We ) 25
Unit 1 : Back to shool Story Time: I listen for pleasure Chicky Chick goes to school It is Monday morning. Chicky Chick is sleeping. “Wake up Chicky Chick! It’s time for school!” says Mother Hen. “I want to sleep,” says Chicky Chick. “I don’t want to go to school.” “Wake up Chicky Chick! You will be late for school!” says Mother Hen. “I want to sleep,” says Chicky Chick. “I don’t want to go to school.” Mother Hen thinks. “Ok, Chicky Chick,” says Mother Hen, “Teacher Duck will be sorry. You will miss the surprise.” Chicky Chick gets up. “What surprise?” Chicky Chick asks. “I cannot tell you, dear. It’s a surprise,” says Mother Hen. “I must go to school!” says Chicky Chick. “Hurry up, Mum! I will be late!”26
Unit 1 : Back to schoolEnd of unitActivity 1 - I match the words with the pictures to say how Billy feels.happy sad angryActivity 2a - I look at the pictures and I write the words. pencil ruler bag bookActivity 2b - I choose the correct word to complete the sentences. smell eyes ears touch1. I use my ___________ to see.2. With my nose, I _______________.3. I can ____________ with my hands.4. I use my __________ to hear. 27
Unit 1 : Back to schoolActivity 3 - I choose between a and an.1. Dwintee is eating _____ orange.2. My dog is playing with ________bone.3. Brian is _________boy.4. Zara has __________ umbrella.Activity 4 - I match the two sentences that go together. Sara is my sister. We are friends. Yash and I are in Grade 2. They are having fun. Deena and Bruno are playing. I cannot see. My eyes are closed. She is kind.Activity 5 - I listen and complete the words with the correct letter. ____all c___p ___en ma____ ____oy ____pple28
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Unit 2 : Weather I know many poems about the weather. Let’s read one together! Great, that sounds like fun!Activity 1 – I read a poem. ‘What’s the weather like today?’ What's the weather Today, it’s a rainy, like today? rainy day! Look outside, I will wear a raincoat, Can you say? I will wear a raincoat, Today is very wet outside. Today, it's a sunny, sunny day! What's the weather like I will wear a t-shirt, today? I will wear a t-shirt, Look outside, Today is very hot outside. Can you say? What's the weather like Today, it’s a snowy, today? snowy day! Look outside, I will wear a hat and gloves, Can you say? I will wear a hat and gloves, Today there is snow Today, it’s a windy, windy outside. day! I will wear a scarf, What's the weather I will wear a scarf, like today? Today the wind is blowing Look outside, outside. Can you say? What's the weather like today? Look outside, Can you say?30
Activity 2 – I listen and read. Unit 2 : Weather Reading comprehension Different SeasonsThe weather is rainy and windy. Dylan and Oshika are in the house. Theydrink hot chocolate and watch cartoons. “We do not like winter,” say thechildren. “It is too cold!”The children like summer because it is sunny and hot. They play in the gardenand go to the seaside. They eat ice-cream. Oshika wears dresses and skirts.Dylan wears t-shirts, shorts, and a cap. Sometimes, in summer, there arecyclones. The two cousins do not like cyclones at all!Activity 2a- I say ‘yes’ or ‘no’.1. Dylan and Oshika are in the house.2. They are feeling cold.3. Dylan and Oshika like winter.4. In summer, the weather is sunny and hot.5. In winter, there are cyclones. 31
Unit 2 : Weather Vocabulary Activity 3a - I match the pictures with the correct words. windy sunny stormy Activity 3b - I complete the sentences by writing the correct word. sunny cloudy rainy snowy It is _________________ . It is _________________ . It is _________________ . It is _________________ .32
Unit 2 : WeatherActivity 4 - I learn: ‘Today, Yesterday, and Tomorrow’.Do you remember the days of the week?Let's name them. What day is it today?‘Yesterday’ was the day before today.‘Tomorrow’ is the day after today. Yesterday was:_____________ Today is:_____________Tomorrow will be:_____________Cut out the correct days of the weekfrom your sheet. Stick them in thecorrect place. 33
Unit 2 : Weather PROJECTActivity 5 - I make a Weather Clock. You need: 1. Draw the different weather icons on your plate. - a paper plate - paper arrow 2. Write the correct words. - split pins - scissors sunny cloudy - glue - crayons/ colouring pencils rainy windy3. Cut out an arrow and fix it on the plate.4. Look outside and say how 5. Turn the arrow to show the weather. the weather is. windy rainy sunny cloudy34
Unit 2 : WeatherActivity 6 - I learn: 'Months of the Year'. January, February March, April, May June, July, August, Hooray, Hooray, Hooray! September, October, November, December, These are the months of the year! Let’s make our class calendar together!Activity 6a - I read each month. I colour each month a different colour.January February March April MayJune July August September OctoberNovember December 35
Unit 2 : Weather VocabularyActivity 7 - I learn: The four seasons of the year. In Mauritius, some months are hot and some months are cold. Yes! We have two seasons - summer and winter. Winter Spring Summer Autumn Let's read the poem! The Four Seasons of the Year Here comes spring with the rain pouring down, Here comes spring with the flowers in the ground. Here comes summer with the heat from the sun, Here comes summer with the children having fun. Here comes autumn with the leaves changing colour, Here comes autumn with the weather getting cooler. Here comes winter with the ice and the snow Here comes winter with the freezing cold.36
Unit 2 : WeatherActivity 8 - I learn: What do I wear?People wear different clothes.Do you know why?Let’s observe and find out!Activity 8a - I draw what I wear in: Winter Summer 37
Unit 2 : WeatherActivity 8b - I circle the correct word for each picture. shoes socks blouse shoes socks shorts dress trousers sandals shirt socks hat cap t-shirt pullover scarf pullover cap shorts scarf raincoat coat shirt gloves skirt scarf boots shorts socks shoes slippers trousers38
Unit 2 : WeatherActivity 8c - I write the missing letter for each word.I tick the items that correspond with the weather.sunny t-shir__ pull__ver ca___ __unglassessnowy scar__ __loves sa__dals __atrainy __rousers boo__s sh__rts rain__oat 39
Unit 2 : Weather Writing Activity 9 - I complete the weather forecast for today. Weather Forecast Day Month Season Summer Winter It is It is hot cold warm We wear 40

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